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The quintessence of oriental style contained in the leading brands of the event on 23 January in the exclusive setting of the Penisula Paris
The Oriental Fashion Show returns to the Parisian fashion scene for its 41st edition, after two years of absence in which the activities took place in digital format, with an exclusive Show presented on January 23 in the splendid setting of the Peninsula Hotel in Paris.
The year just ended was, for the Oriental Fashion Show and the brands that are part of it, full of events: on the occasion of his journey along the Silk Road, several talented designers had the opportunity to present their creations, despite the difficulties that the world of fashion and crafts have had to face due to the pandemic, making stops in various cities around the world, including Fez, Marrakech, Istanbul, Dubai, IssyKul, Milan, Dushembe.
It is in the heart of the Parisian Hotel Peninsula, whose design and aesthetics celebrate the splendor and beauty of the East, that the designers presented their Spring Summer 2022 collections: this new edition of the Oriental Fashion Show was conceived as a hymn to the fusion of genres and identities.
Crossroads of cultures, this great meeting intends to highlight the perfect symbiosis that combines fashion with the transpositions of Eastern and Western know-how.
At a time when the finger is being pointed at the extremist attitudes of some minorities, the Oriental Fashion Show supports more than ever the richness of the cultural mix that celebrates the love for fashion that goes beyond borders.
Luxury and glamor par excellence, the collections presented on the catwalk illustrate the meticulous work of the designers Hany El Behairy from Egypt, Selma Boulcina from Algeria, Jitka Klett from the Czech Republic, Renata Kliskà from Slovakia, Linali from Uzbekistan.
The Oriental Fashion Show is the first international event dedicated to Couture and Oriental fashion, which from Paris, the city where it originated, unfolds in 10 countries in the world to open, for 17 years now, the traditional fashion of interested geographic realities, rich in meaning and history, with contemporary declinations dedicated to a market international.
Thanks to its scouting and promotion activities, the Oriental Fashion Show has brought more than 150 designers from 50 different countries into the spotlight around the world, pursuing its commitment to enhance the geographical diversity of individual designers and their culture.